My current position has a manager title, but I have no direct reports. However, I am expected to lead others who do not report to me. What's the best way to lead people that you don't have direct authority over?This seemed appropriate!
This episode's question:
At a previous job, I had an employee transfer from another group to mine. In chatting with her it became clear that the reason that she moved groups was because she'd been sexually harassed by her previous manager. She'd reported it to HR and their solution was a warning to the manager and moving the engineer to another group (mine). I'm really bothered by this, both by my peer and the company's reaction. How do I continue to work and collaborate with a peer that I've not only lost respect for, but that has done something I'm pretty disgusted by and angry with (and gotten away with it)?